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How You Can Help

No matter who you are, where you live, or what you can give, you can help families and individuals end domestic violence abuse and homelessness —and you can start right now





Volunteer & Intern Opportunities 

If you or your organization would like to partner with Crisis House through volunteerism or internships please click here!

In-Kind Donations

Each year, Crisis House distributes in excess of $400,000 worth of goods we receive in donations from individuals, families, diverse congregations, schools, and businesses. Donated goods include food, clothing, backpacks, sleeping bags, hygiene packs, diapers, and many other items needed by families and individuals in East County.


If you or your organization can host a Food, Baby, or Hygiene Drive, please contact LaSheila Wiliams

at (619) 444-1195.
         Food Drive Flyer
         Hygiene Kit Drive Flyer
         Baby Drive Flyer


Monetary Gifts

Your support matters. Individuals, community groups, businesses, and diverse congregations help maintain the important programs we offer to those in need who reside in our region. 





Holiday Adopt-a-Family

Each year, Our Lady of Grace Church, local schools, and businesses in East County partner with Crisis House to adopt families in need. They provide families with toys, clothing, food, and other items they cannot afford to purchase themselves. If you would like to participate, please contact the Holiday Adopt-a-Family case manager at 619-444-1194 ext. 312. Read more


Adopt-a-Housing Unit

Help Crisis House support families and their children who are victims of domestic violence and/or veterans get on their feet with furnishings for their new home. 

Tax Status

Crisis House is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit charitable organization. Donations to Crisis House are tax-deductible.  

Our Federal Tax ID number is 33-0217339 

United Way designations (#96248).

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